10Proposed civil partnership to be publicisedE+W
(1)Where a notice of proposed civil partnership has been given to a registration authority, [F1the registration authority must keep the relevant information on public display during the waiting period.]
(2)“The relevant information” means—
(a)the name of the person giving the notice,
(b)the name of that person’s proposed civil partner, and
(c)such other information [F2included in the notice of proposed civil partnership] as may be prescribed by regulations.
[F3(3)All information that a registration authority is required for the time being to keep on public display under subsection (1) must be kept on display by it at one register office provided for a district within its area.]
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